Stanley Market Hong Kong Tours – Hong Kong, China
Stanley Market Hong Kong
About this place
The first time I went to Stanley market was on national holiday 2008.once I got there ,really shocked by it's amazing scenery ,it's boisterousness as well as tranquility .
it's a large open-air marketplace, has become well known for its bargains in clothing - particularly silk garments and traditional Chinese dress - as well as toys, ornaments, luggage, souvenirs, and Chinese arts and crafts,and of course now ,state-of-the-art electronics that you don't neet to go Times Square Causeway . It is a popular destination for both tourists and locals alike. People are drawn here by the cheap goods that would usually fetch a much higher price elsewhere. In addition to several Chinese restaurants and a Dai pai dong, Stanley Market now also boasts its own small Häagen-Dazs shop and most recently a branch of the Dymocks Booksellers.
Stanley is renowned for its many bars and restaurants on its waterfront along Stanley Main Street where visitors can enjoy a variety of different foods (including French, Italian, American, Indian and Thai) or relax with a beer and soak up the friendly atmosphere in one of its bars.
To the west of Stanley Main Street, past the amphitheatre in Stanley Plaza is the Tin Hau Temple (Temple of the Queen of Heaven). Built by Cheung Po Tsai in 1767, it is one of the oldest temples in Hong Kong.
of course ,don't miss the Murray House and the AWESOME Stanley Main Beach.there's a house by the beach providing fresh water ,you can take a shower after swimming and change ur clothes there .totally cost free .it may be open while in winter I guess .
by bus 6, 6A, 6X or 260 from Exchange Square bus terminus in Central . They are air-conditioned and comfortable as buses go.
Green mini buses are not as comfortable as a regular bus or a taxi.
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